The Eye film Museum is a well constructed and maintained museum with historical films and its related collections. It was founded in the year of 1952 near to the Overhoeksanunder The Dutch Historic Film Archive as forerunner. Later it was relocated to the North of Amsterdam in April 2012. The new museum was designed by Delugan Meissl Associated Architects. Currently The Eye Film museum is one of the best film museums in the world with 46,000 film titles, 35,000 posters and 450,000 photographs. The museum exhibits regular film screening and which offers great chance to catch a lot of rare classic movies that nobody can offer elsewhere. A walk through the museum by witnessing the posters and paintings is referred to eye-walking in the museum. Stores in the building offers film journals, classic DVDs, film related gadgets and unrivaled film-jewels. Guides are always available to assist you. Household refreshment is guaranteed with a bar-restaurant within the museum. You can call this place a synagogue of cinema and must surely visit this place. There is fruitfulness of free air in this museum which you can hardly feel in your world of busy lives.
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How to reach:
By Train: Take the train from Central Station.
By Bus: Go by 105, 109.
For Film screenings: Adults: € 10, senior visitors 65+: € 8.50, Children up to the age of 11: € 7.50, Citizens of the Amsterdam North: free
For Film concerts: Adults: € 15, Children up to the age of 11: € 7.50
Timing: Visiting timings from Monday to Tuesday is 10:00 am to 1:00 am and 10:00 am – 2:00 am from Friday to Sunday.
Address: IJpromenade 1, 1031 KT Amsterdam.
Official website: https://www.eyefilm.nl/en
Contact Number: 020 – 5891400"